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Buttercream Flowers - How to make.

Buttercream Flowers - How to make.

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Sweet pea cake decorations

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Swirl Drop Flowers tutorial (buttercream or royal icing)

Swirl Drop Flowers

Wilton Primrose

Pansy - The vibrant pansy features petals in complementary colors and a distinctive loop center. Pansies can be found in a wide variety of colors, including all yellow or all dark blue, white or purple petals with yellow centers.

Petunia - For proper spacing of Petunia petals, try this trick. Pipe tip 103 dots of icing on top of lily nail, dividing in 5ths. Visualize the points of a star. Pipe each petal centered over its dot.

royal icing Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley

Daisy Technique via Wilton

Daffodil Piping Technique

Chrysanthemum (Mum) - The Chrysanthemum is a fall classic with a sunburst of sharply-defined petals that’s easier to pipe than you would think. The secret to success--the curved opening of specialty decorating tip 81 used with a simple “pull out and up” leaf-making motion. You’ll see them in rich, warm autumn colors like rust, golden yellow, orange and terra cotta as well as pink, purple and white.

Chrysanthemum (Mum)

Bluebell Wilton how-to

Sweet Pea flower made with buttercream icing:)

Vines - Curving vines gently rise and fall to add a beautiful touch to your floral cake. They work wonders as a cake side accent.


This half rose is really a rosebud with two side petals. You can also give your half roses a fuller look by adding two or three more side petals.

Rosebud With Side Petals

Lilac Royal Icing and buttercream cake decoration

Leaves - A variety of leaves will help give your cakes a more realistic garden feel. Add piping gel to your icing to help keep your leaves from breaking...

Holly Leaf - Holly leaves build on the basic leaf technique. Use a decorator brush to pull out the tiny points that give them their festive shape.

Decorating Techniques

Xanthe Milton Teaches How To Pipe An Antique Ruffle

How to make Buttercream Flowers

hibiscus cake-How to Decorate Cupcakes "Hibiscus Flower"

daffodil tutorial 001.MP4